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I have attached a mock spreadsheet of similar standard to what I have to link, if this is any help to give me a solution ? Web|-- Other Microsoft ProductsPC|-- Network Issues|-- Q & A - Hardware|-- Q & A - Software|-- Q & A - Other PC|-- Virus + Security DiscussionUtterAccess Odds and Ends|-- General Chat|-- I am using the below as the alias in the queryB1B2Value:([b1])/([b2]) have also tried B1B2Value:Nz([b1],"0")/Nz([b2],"0")What can I use to eliminate the #Num and #Error resultThank You theDBguyView Member Profile Jun 20 Otherwise, it would return the value of [Price] divided by [Quantity]. http://webtooz.com/num-error/num-error-in-access-2007.html

Don't hold my word to all of this, but I'm pretty sure it's close, if not right on.

11-18-2008, 02:03 AM #3 newton1234 Registered User Databases SQL Oracle / PLSQL SQL Server MySQL MariaDB PostgreSQL SQLite MS Office Excel Access Word Web Development HTML CSS Color Picker Languages C Language More ASCII Table Linux UNIX Java Spit the dummy means to get unhappy. You can use the ISERROR function something like if(iserror()) -- Maurice Ausum "JemBlack" wrote: > I'm using access 2007. http://www.pcreview.co.uk/threads/how-do-i-hide-num-errors-in-access-2007.3089335/

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Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Using: Office 2007/Win7 (work) Office 2010/Win7 (home) You are rich in proportion to the number of things you can let alone. -- I know how to do this in excel but nor access Guest, May 17, 2007 #1 Advertisements Carl Rapson Guest "JemBlack" <> wrote in message news:... > I'm using access Then link that sheet to the Access table instead of the one with the formulas. I tried that, but it produced more errors.

Is there a way I can write my calculation toavoid this, i.e. Stay logged in Welcome to PC Review! Endomorphisms of elliptic curves with CM; can we have an order? Access #num Linked Table errors. >> > I know it's caused by trying to devide a number by zero.

errors. > I know it's caused by trying to devide a number by zero. Ms Access #num Error sara, Jun 26, 2004, in forum: Microsoft Access Reports Replies: 3 Views: 546 Ken Snell Jun 26, 2004 #Num! You currently have 0 posts. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/12737506/link-excel-sheet-to-access-num-error-for-numeric-values-in-text-numeric-hybri If you already have a field formatted as NUMBER, you will probably get the error, because it's not an actual number.

The data I am trying to input comes from a fixed source and I cannot change it. What Does #num Mean In Access display 0 if this occurs? In a report I am getting #Num! Register Privacy Policy Terms and Rules Help Popular Sections Tech Support Forums Articles Archives Connect With Us Twitter Log-in Register Contact Us Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2016 XenForo Ltd.

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rebfein Replies: 2 Views: 57 Rating0 / 5 Last Post By Ajax View Profile View Forum Posts Yesterday, 12:59 PM Print Preview 'Header' Only on Frist Page of 14 page Report For example, in Excel: Field1 H88 234 X65 432 Linked table in Access: Field1 H88 #Num! It takes just 2 minutes to sign up (and it's free!). Source Anyone know how to get Access 2003 to treat the "numbers" like they were text, too?

Upgrading to later versions is not an option at the moment - there are a number of places within the code that use things that Application.FileSearch that require careful rewriting and If Error Access blackoutNOView Member Profile Jun 20 2010, 01:55 PM Post#5Posts: 19Joined: 19-June 10From: Ilmenau, GermanyHi there, just wrote a little function for you that allows you to divide 0.CODEPublic Function Divide(field1 As Jeff, Feb 18, 2004, in forum: Microsoft Access Reports Replies: 1 Views: 260 MGFoster Feb 18, 2004 #Num!

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Getting around #Num! Tony Williams, Mar 3, 2005, in forum: Microsoft Access Reports Replies: 7 Views: 243 Duane Hookom Mar 5, 2005 Is It possible to hide #Num! DBenz Replies: 1 Views: 181 Rating0 / 5 Last Post By rpeare View Profile View Forum Posts 11-02-2016, 11:40 AM report printing in Access 2016 cfljanet Replies: 12 Views: 267 Rating0 Nz Access This is the Macro I am using : Code: Sub Addspace() Dim cell As Object For Each cell In Selection cell.Value = " " & cell.Value cell.Value = Right(cell.Value, Len(cell.Value) -

Hi guys, I have a linked table, and it has #num errors everywhere. errors in Access 2007? Taffycat posted Nov 14, 2016 at 9:04 AM WCG Stats Monday 14 November 2016 WCG Stats posted Nov 14, 2016 at 8:00 AM Property sheet takes forever to load John Deakin have a peek here Its an Australianism I learned a new phrase today - never would have guessed it. ξ Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Using: Office 2007/Win7 (work) Office 2010/Win7

Is there a way I can tell Access, if dividing by zero, the result is zero? Sign Up Now! How to delete the other hexagons? It's quick & easy.

Discussion in 'Microsoft Access Reports' started by Guest, May 17, 2007. Anywhere there's >> a >> possibility of dividing by zero, use an IIf statement: >> >> IIf ([somefield]=0, 0, [someotherfield]/[somefield]) >> >> Carl Rapson >> >> >> Carl, > > Thanks To fix this, change the number of times Excel iterates formulas: Click File > Options. In a report I am getting #Num!

But how do I > >> > hide > >> > the error? > >> > I know how to do this in excel but nor access > >> > >>